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Volunteer of the Year nominee: Anthony Quintane

Added on April 13, 2016

Anthony Quintane was in high school when he first became interested in volunteering for The Salvation Army. He was one of the kids who were part of a program that helped them gain work experience by volunteering at different organizations...

Salvation Army stores accept more than clothing

Added on April 12, 2016

While clothing and furniture are the two items most of us think to donate to The Salvation Army, there are plenty of other options too. For example, did you know that we’ll take the refrigerator you just replaced off your hands, and that's not all...

Meet the 2016 Volunteers of the Year

Added on April 8, 2016

The Salvation Army of Minnesota and North Dakota would be nothing without its volunteers. In 2015, nearly 68,000 of them contributed more than 372,000 hours of service that helped almost 376,000 people in need...

Donation in action: Paper plates and storage lockers

Added on April 7, 2016

A woman sleeping in a storage locker gets help, a woman who can’t afford water to clean her dishes gets paper plates and utility assistance, a woman lands a good-paying full-time job – three of the many ways your donations allow The Salvation Army to do the most good...

Salvation Army stores are ready for your donations

Added on April 4, 2016

That spring cleaning you’re either putting off or in the middle of can be a challenge, but it's critical to the success of Salvation Army Stores in Minnesota and North Dakota...

Celebrate the power of Christ’s resurrection with us on Easter

Added on March 23, 2016

This Sunday is Easter, a day when Christians all over the world will celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Jesus did what no other has ever done in all of history. He raised himself bodily from the dead. (John 10:17-18) What kind of power does this take? While we...

Devotional: The power of Jesus

Added on March 21, 2016

There are many sources of energy in our world – oil, natural gas, solar, nuclear, to name but a few. Science provides us with some understanding of these types of energy. But there are other forms of energy about which science can tell us nothing. For example, what kind of energy is necessary to raise someone from the dead?...

Devotional: Understanding the purpose of Lent

Added on February 22, 2016

Lent is a season of repentance – a great time to reflect on aspects of our lives that are unChrist-like that we would like to change. This is the place for us to begin – to do some reflection on our lives. What are you looking for in life?...

Donations in Action: Cereal, weeping, reunited

Added on February 17, 2016

A student fills his family’s empty cupboards, a single mother gets her kids back, a weeping veteran receives comfort – three of the many ways your donations allow The Salvation Army to do the most good...

Giving Hearts Day raises more than $110,000

Added on February 12, 2016

It's the greatest nonprofit fundraising day of the year in North Dakota and for the first time ever, all six Salvation Army locations in the state participated in Giving Hearts Day on Thursday, Feb. 11...

Be a ‘Giving Heart’ Thursday, write a happy ending

Added on February 8, 2016

This Thursday, on Giving Hearts Day in North Dakota, you have an opportunity to write a happy ending, like this one. On a cold December day, the phone at The Salvation Army began to ring after hours...

A story of giving: #givinghearts16

Added on February 5, 2016

I was just a freshman in college. My dorm was on the fifth floor in downtown Chicago. As I looked down across the street at a bus stop, I noticed an elderly woman sleeping on the bench...
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